A picture of Mount Vesuvius in Italy taken on Kodachrome film in August 1953. This is one of those pictures that makes you realise just how good film was at capturing moments in time. This picture looks as fresh as the day it was taken over 60 years ago.
- The look of Ilford slide film after 50 years
In this, the first of a series of posts, I’m attempting to show the look of a film emulsion which […]Some fantastic Swiss photos in a tatty case
This week I bought a fantastic set of Kodachrome slides taken in Switzerland in the early 1960s which came in […]How are films scanned for Found-Film?
I thought I would write a brief post explaining how I get the slides and negatives onto the Found-Film site. […]Pictures of Eilean Donan Castle from 2002
The Eilean Donan Castle is situated on the West coast of Scotland, near the Isle of Skye and is a […]
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